DENVER – The Trump Organization may be looking at Denver as it plans to expand its hotel business in the United States.
Trump Hotels CEO Eric Danziger said the company is looking at four cities: Dallas, Seattle, Denver and San Francisco, according to Bloomberg.
The Bloomberg report states Trump Hotels may also be planning to expand to other major U.S. cities while pulling back from plans to expand in China.
Trump currently operates 10 hotels in the U.S., Ireland, Panama and Canada. A new hotel in Vancouver, British Columbia is scheduled to open soon.
President Donald Trump, who founded the Trump Organization, has faced increased calls to divest all of his businesses since winning the election in November. Instead, he has turned over the management of the company to his sons.
When reached for comment, a spokesperson for Trump Hotels wouldn't confirm the organization is considering Denver but said, "We see significant growth opportunity in the United States for both our hotel brands."